Super Bowl LVI’s Halftime Show was one for the books. The best ever or one of the best ever if you ask some people. The show essentially showcased Dr. Dre and the biggest acts he has worked with and developed over his career. Even 50 Cent stopped by to do the Dre produced track “In Da Club.”


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However, some noticed that one west coast rapper, in particular, was missing from the show. That would be The Game.

The Game was seemed not impressed with this year’s halftime show. Considering his impact on west coast music and his relationship with Dre, he might have a point.

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“FYI: @losangelesconfidential Should’ve been on stage at the Super Bowl I’ll be the first to say it” rapper King Trell posted on their IG story. The Game reposted the message, adding “shit brazy fr.”

Other people in the comments agreed with The Game and King Trell’s sentiments, considering that not only is The Game from Los Angeles but was a protegé of Dr. Dre, a member of G-Unit and a frequent collaborator with 50 Cent.

This is not the first time The Game has voiced his opinion about being left out. He recently expressed how he felt about being left off of a top 50 rappers of an all-time list curated by Funk Flex, T.I., and Ebro a few years ago. He noted that being left off of the list has only fueled him to make his next project even better. I ain’t forgot about these lists…#DRILLMATIC coming soon…HURRICANE GAME LIVES y’all should’ve just threw my baby mamas in there too!!!!” he captioned the post. 

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